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The state decree inquiry board said a total of 20,659 citizens jailed since the imposition of the decree have so far been freed after receiving renewal training, including on the constitution, rule of law and color revolution, among others.
According to the board, 475 of the total detainees were freed on advice. The remaining nearly 5,000 suspects, however, will remain in custody to face justice.
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A traumatized man thought he’d married the love of his life, a woman with both inner beauty and outer beauty.. That is until he saw his bride without her make-up on.. It was like the mask had come off. Now he’s suing for fraud and trauma. The anonymous man, who married his new wife in all her finery, apparently saw her in his room after the wedding and refused to believe that she was his wife without her make-up on. After telling her to stop playing and asking where his wife was, the traumatized man realized this really was the woman he married.
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a statement, a spokesman for the YMCA said that the meeting invovled an “Ethiopian diaspora group” who were meeting with officials from the Ethiopian Embassy.
The meeting was arranged with the support of the Somali community in Newport.
He added a group of Ethiopians who oppose the present Ethiopian government arrived at the event and a dispute broke out which rapidly deteriorated into a physical confrontation.
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More than 1,000 gunmen from South Sudan have killed 28 people and kidnapped 43 children in neighbouring Ethiopia, according to a government official.
Chol Chany, a regional government spokesman, said on Wednesday the raids occurred on Sunday and Monday in Gambella region's Gog and Jor areas, which border South Sudan's Boma region.